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Old 03-07-2010, 05:57 PM
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How to change Fuel Filter

What all is involved in changing out the Fuel Filter on an 07 Expy? Any tips/advice would be greatly appreciated...
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Get the proper tool for releasing the clips on the lines. Less than $10.
Put the vehicle on ramps or a lift if you have access to one.
Put on eye protection!!!
Release the line clip and slip out the filter.
Snap in the new filter.
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Undo your fuel filler cap too. That will allow any leftover pressure to be released so that you don't get squirted on when you release the lines.
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Thanks for the replies, what is the tool that is needed to release the clips? Where is the fuel filter located under the truck?
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The tool looks like this. You can usually find them at any auto parts store for $10-$15.

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